Trailer of India’s Tour of Australia 2018-19 Released
The trailer of the highly anticipated, India’s tour of Australia 2018-19 was released by the Facebook handle of the Australian Cricket Team on Wednesday (May 2).
Australia will take on India, Down Under, for a four-match Test series along with three-match Twenty20 Internationals and as many One-day Internationals series.
The series will be played between November 21 and January 18, 2019. It would be interesting to see how Virat Kohli’s No.1 ranked Test side will face-off hosts.
Also, the last time India toured Australia was bifurcated into a Test-leg back in 2014-15, and the limited-overs leg in 2015-16.
Interestingly, India lost the series against Australia in the whites by 2-0. The visitors would be looking forward to registering a strong statement.
Whereas, they lost the five-match ODI series by a margin of 4-1 defeat, the following season.
Thereafter, the Aussies were whitewashed in the subsequent three-match T20I series.
Hence, it is a matter of guarantee that whenever the two heavyweights clash against each other, the action is always high-octane.
In addition, here’s the trailer:
We'll be taking on India in T20s, Tests and ODIs in a blockbuster summer on home soil! View HERE: https://cricketa.us/2I2dHfQ
Gepostet von Australian Cricket Team am Montag, 30. April 2018
Also, here’s the schedule for India’s tour of Australia 2018-19
1st T20I – Gabba, Brisbane, November 21
2nd T20I – Melbourne Cricket Ground, November 23
3rd T20I – Sydney Cricket Ground, November 25
1st Test – Adelaide Oval, December 6-10
2nd Test – WACA, Perth, December 14-18
3rd Test – Melbourne Cricket Ground, December 26-30
4th Test – Sydney Cricket Ground, January 3-7
1st ODI – Sydney Cricket Ground, January 12
2nd ODI – Adelaide Oval, January 15
3rd ODI – Melbourne Cricket Ground, January 18
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